It’s been some time since anyone’s mentioned a new addition to Timesplitters, a trilogy of well-loved console games from the early 2000s. Now, it seems new life is being breathed into the arcade-style series.
Europa Universalis 4, another one of Paradox’s long-running 4X games, is going to India with their newest expansion. Titled ‘Dharma,’ this new expansion reworks the Indian provinces and is based off of the conflict between Indian ruling classes and encroaching European powers.
Bethesda’s VP of marketing spoke recently about their plans for the console version of The Elder Scrolls: Legends. They want the strategy card game to have full cross-play on every system, a statement which puts pressure on Sony.
While this may be World of Warcraft’s 7th expansion, Battle for Azeroth has renewed the more than decade-long hostilities across factions. Back in the early days (vanilla) of WoW and even in the RTS Warcraft games, the line between the Horde and the Alliance was always solidly an “us vs. them” mentality. What started as orcs versus humans developed into the full-on dislike (and even hatred) of the...[Read More]
A new photo has been revealed for the upcoming Marvel/Sony animated movie, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Grasshopper Manufacture, the Japanese studio behind Killer 7 and No More Heroes, is porting one of their titles to Steam. Let It Die, the free-to-play hack and slash game for the PlayStation 4, will soon be coming to Steam.
Bethesda treated fans to many tidbits of juicy info and epic gameplay videos at QuakeCon 2018 keynote on Friday. This is QuakeCon’s 23rd annual event that showcases many of their games already released and those to be released later this year. At the event, attendees can attend all the discussions and even participate in several eSports events, of which, QuakeCon was the first event of its kind.
Video games in Germany have long faced a blanket ban on the usage of Nazi imagery. However, a recent press release means that games will now be able to use such imagery on a case-by-case basis.
Rockstar just released their first gameplay video for Red Dead Redemption 2. Surely, the level of immersion and detail in the game will delight players for hours. In this six-minute video, Rockstar gives future players an inside glimpse of the rich storytelling and in-depth experiences to come in their soon-to-be-released console game for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Blizzard has just released a big announcement from their community manager. According to the video, the company has ‘multiple Diablo projects in the works,’ some of which we may see later this year.
In anticipation of the release of Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar Games will release a gameplay trailer on August 9th (aka tomorrow). Its open-world Western-themed action-adventure game has a release date of October 26, 2018, for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.